Classic police series, starring Jack Lord
The Ninety-Second War (part 1) A car wreck suggests that McGarrett is criminally corrupt, but who could conceive such an elaborate scheme to frame him, and why?
Last part of a children's drama series by Bernard Ashley.
Simon has learned the truth about his mother's death.
How can precious and fragile tapestries damaged by last year's fire at Windsor Castle be restored? A team at Hampton Court, faced with the same problem seven years ago, have designed a washing machine that can safely handle a 200-year-old, 20-foot wide tapestry. Producer Michael Mosley Editor Dana Purvis
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Drama series about the joys and pains of fostering. Starring
Ray Brooks , Sharon Duce Don Fence Me In ... Shane turns the Hollingsworth's world upside down.
Episode written by Roger Davenport Producer Richard Bramall
Director Charles Beeson
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Danny Baker looks back on some of television's most unlikely heroes and heroines of the past. Tonight, the woman who made mincemeat out of almost everyone - TV cook, Fanny Cradock. Director Mick Conefrey
Producer Caroline Wright
Documentaries uncovering human stories from the world of science, medicine and technology. The Family Game. At just 5 years old, Andrew has already left two schools because of his disruptive behaviour. His parents are at their wits' end. For the past six weeks the whole family has been visiting the Maudsley Hospital in London, where specialists believe they can discover the cause of Andrew's problems.
The "parent-child game" which is being pioneered at the hospital teaches parents to believe that - at a time when anti-social behaviour is increasing - all families should be taught these skills. This moving account of a family in trouble and a revolutionary treatment has lessons for parents and children everywhere. Producer Robert Thirkell
Series editor Susan Spindler
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With Desmond Lynam. Football
A roundup of the latest crucial action from the Premier League, plus highlights of tonight's Uefa Cup final, first leg. Commentary by Clive Tyidesley.
The 105th ABA finals are staged tonight at the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham. A highlight will surely be Joe Calzaghe 's attempt to win the middleweight title. If the Welshman is successful he will become a triple ABA champion at three different weights.
Commentary by Harry Carpenter.
A preview of the first British tournament on the European PGA tour, the Benson and Hedges
International from St Mellion, in Cornwall, which starts tomorrow, and can be seen on BBC2 from Friday at 2.20pm. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
American crime series, starring George Dzundza The Blue Wall. When Ben
Stone's case against a group of corrupt bankers is destroyed by the loss of evidence, Greevey and Logan's investigations lead them to suspect their own chief.
Det Sgt Max Greevey:
Det Mike Logan:
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